+ Wednesday September 18th, 2019

After the build.prop for the HTC Sensation for Telstra — which contains information about the device such as hardware and software options — leaked out online, the device’s information has become public information a little earlier than I imagine Telstra would have liked. There’s nothing terribly exciting to be found lurking in the build.prop, except for the inclusion of this on line 13

ro.ril.enable.amr.wideband=1

That one line enables HD Voice capabilities for use on Telstra’s network, which they’ve been flaunting lately. Now there’s the Desire S, Galaxy S II, Sensation and Xperia Neo all capable of HD Voice on Telstra’s NextG network. Hit the source link if you’d like to check out the build.prop for the Sensation.

Source: HTC Sensation for Telstra build.prop.

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I ordered my Z710a last week and received one today from electronicbazaar melbourne and received it on monday . Gr8 phone. without telstra logo as well. For some reason it says 4G on the box ? what does that mean. Happy with the data transfer spped on the nextg handset.

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And thanks to jazacoop for pulling the build.prop for me.

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